THE first regular meeting of the new Council was held in the Town Hall on Friday afternoon last. Present—The Mayor, and Aldermen Connell, Grayson, Sterne, Healy, ...Article : 4,069 words
London, February 12.—The offer made by the Government of New South Wales to send a military force to Suakin has created a very favourable impression upon the public in ...Article : 54 words
IT has always been considered a brave and meritorious thing for a man to di[?] in the service of his country. In the annals of warfare, there might be ...Article : 1,623 words
BRISBANE—Says Saturday's Courier:—In the produce market there has been a fair business. Maise now ranges about 3s 10d and 4s per bushel to farmers not much coming to ...Article : 236 words
London, February 12.—The Russian Government have requested that the Hindoo Koosh Range he made the frontier between the English and Russian possessions in Asia, ...Article : 43 words
London, February 11.—Mr. Reginald Br[?]tt, in floating the Anglo-Australian Land Mortgage Company, was considerably assisted by the influence of Mr. J. C. Bray, late Premier ...Article : 52 words
London, February 1[?].—The Pall Mall Gazette, commenting upon the offer made by the New South Wales Government to send a military force to the Soudan, says the offer ...Article : 167 words
SA[?] Friday's Courier:—The attendance at the Enoggera saleyards yesterday was below the average, very few of the country buyers being present. 3420 sheep were drawn for, ...Article : 724 words
London, February 15.—A messenger, who left khar[?]oum on the 2nd instant, has arrived at the British lines, and declares that K[?]artoum has not been captured by the M[?]di. ...Article : 32 words
Mr. Sheridan having tendered his resignation as Postmaster-General, Mr. Griffith was, at a Cabinet meeting held to-day, appointed Postmaster-General pro tem, pending further ...Article : 131 words
The Government have received the following telegram from the Agent-General in London, with regard to the offer of the New South Wales Government to send troops to ...Article : 1,636 words
London, February 12.—GeneralLord Wolseley is expected to arrive at Gubat, the present advanced post of the British expedition, on Sunday. ...Article : 27 words
London, February 11.—Colonel John F[?]etcher Owen, of the Royal Artillery, has been appointed commandant of the South Australian forces. London February 12.— ...Article : 36 words
London, February 11.—Mr. R. MurraySmith, the Victorian Agent-General, has protested that Germany has no solid claim to New Guinea, and is [?]rging Lord Derby to use ...Article : 93 words
ISSUING A VALUELESS CHEQUE.—Edward A. Selke, on bail, was charged with the above offence. Mr. Conquest appeared for the accused, who pleaded not guilty. Constable ...Article : 290 words
London, February 13.—The British Government have decided to reconsider the question of alloting the cost of the annexation of New Guinea. ...Article : 31 words
London, February 13.—The United Irishmen have published an offer, e[?]ting from Dublin, of £10,000 for the body of the Prince of Wales, dead or alive. ...Article : 36 words
London, February 12.—The French fleet, under Admiral Courbet, arrived off Shanghai yesterday, and left again shortly afterwards. ...Article : 21 words
London, February 12.—The French Commissioner at the Melbourne Exhibition has been brought upon a charge of swindling. ...Article : 26 words
London, February 12.—An important discovery of dynamite has been made at Paddington. ...Article : 16 words
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